Linux - [HOW TO] XBMC Linux on Geniatech Devices incl. Gotham Builds

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javierpalj Offline
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Hello, finally I got to install the Gotham version from first page, I tried again the process described in first page before follow the instruction with your files, but this time it worked.
I see that it is version 13.1 I thought it was 13.2 ?
Now I have detected two issues by the moment:
1/ I have set the resolution to 1920 x 1080p and the TV has the same resolution however they do not fit, it seems that the picture is a bit bigger than the screen, for example the time displayed in the top right corner appears fitted at the half
2/ displaying videos from USB hard disk they show a bit of stuttering it is the same if they are mkv or avi and their weight
Any ideas?
Is there any later version of xbmc linux ?
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1/ Use the video calibration tool in settings/system/video output
2/ Don't know, don't use usb, but I don't have stuttering problems with NAS or Internet streams, but I'm not using very high bitrate files.

Yes, there are 13.2 versions available elsewhere in this thread.
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(Yesterday 21:50)javierpalj Wrote:  Hello, finally I got to install the Gotham version from first page, I tried again the process described in first page before follow the instruction with your files, but this time it worked.
I see that it is version 13.1 I thought it was 13.2 ?
Now I have detected two issues by the moment:
1/ I have set the resolution to 1920 x 1080p and the TV has the same resolution however they do not fit, it seems that the picture is a bit bigger than the screen, for example the time displayed in the top right corner appears fitted at the half
2/ displaying videos from USB hard disk they show a bit of stuttering it is the same if they are mkv or avi and their weight
Any ideas?
Is there any later version of xbmc linux ?

Flash this version for 13.2

Go to setting and change the video calibration to fit to screen
Change video setting to adjust refresh rate on start and stop to stop stuttering, it's the refresh rate thats the problem there

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